Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Probiotics

Though the research is young, data already shows that probiotics can offer all kinds of health benefits. What kind of health benefits, you ask? Oh, just things like better digestive health, improved immunity, stronger bones, healthier teeth, faster metabolism, improved mood and better athletic performance. Not to mention little things like decreased risks of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer. How can probiotics have such huge effects on your health? By shoring up your body’s natural population of healthy bacteria. These beneficial bugs have their fingers in the health of every organ system in your body! Browse our probiotic articles to learn all the details about how, why and when probiotic supplements work.

4 Signs Your Probiotic Supplements Are Working

4 Signs Your Probiotic Supplements Are Working
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Did you know that there are some key signs your probiotic supplements are working? Here, Hunter, our resident exercise physiologist breaks them down! Last Updated: September 13, 2019 You might have picked up some probiotics to help treat your IBS or even just to improve your general health. But let me guess?  After taking them for...

Do Probiotics Help You Lose Weight? Science Says They Can!

Probiotics Help You Lose Weight
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By improving digestive health, regulating nutrient adsorption, and modulating hormone secretion and function, probiotics can help you lose weight especially when combined with diet and exercise, making them a truly useful addition to a healthy lifestyle.

Probiotics Improve Gut Health? Here’s What Science Says.

Probiotics Improve Gut Health
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You’ve probably heard that probiotics improve gut health?   They’ve certainly been getting lots of attention and are now being prescribed by health practitioners from all modalities. The reason for this is because they’re effective and gentle and their use is being steadily affirmed by scientific research. Probiotics are non-addictive and safe.   It’s very rare for...

3 Signs Your Probiotics Are Not Working and What to Do About It

signs your probiotics are not working
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Last Updated: May 31, 2019 Probiotics are one of the most useful supplements on the planet - but what are the signs your probiotics are not working?  And what can you do about it? There are really three key signs that should give you a pretty clear indication that your probiotics aren't working.  Table Of ContentsWhat Are...

Can Probiotics Boost Athletic Performance? The Answer from 3 Studies

Probiotics Boost Athletic Performance
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As the positive impact of probiotic supplementation on health is becoming more and more well-established, probiotic research has expanded into more and more fields of study. Now, it is venturing into the world of athletics!  And the results of the initial research have been pretty interesting, to say the least. Let’s check out the research...

Do Probiotics Really Work? Let’s Find Out.

Do Probiotics Really Work
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Do probiotics really work for improving your health and treating certain illnesses? You've probably heard of probiotics by now because they've become really popular in recent years.  In case you're wondering whether they're overrated, we've done our own research so you don't have to. What Are Probiotics? Just like their name suggests, probiotics are live bacteria that...

The Best Probiotics for Kids: An Expert’s Guide for Moms

Best Probiotics for Kids
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Did you know that they make probiotics for kids?  More importantly, did you know they offer a heap of benefits for your little one?  Here, Hunter, our resident health and exercise expert, breaks down how for you! Unless you have been living under a rock for the last few years, there is no doubt that...

4 Ways You’d Never Guess Probiotics Can Be Good For Your Brain

Probiotics Can Be Good For Your Brain
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Last Updated: September 3, 2019 It is well established that probiotics are beneficial for gut health, but did you know that probiotics can be good for your brain, too?   We tend to think about different organ systems as completely separate from one another.  We think the digestive system is separate from the cardiovascular system. And...

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